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Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors, Valuation
Thinking of Selling Your Urgent Care Center?

The healthcare industry is continually in flux. Business owners and operators of urgent care centers (UCCs) are constantly experiencing changing regulatory guidelines and suppressing reimbursement from payors. These unpreventable changes and a demanding environment may lead owners to seek monetization of their assets. For those UCC owners considering selling, there's good news: The marketplace is currently hungry for your companies and buyers are eagerly gobbling up well-performing UCCs.

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Valuation
What's Your Healthcare Company Worth?

This article on healthcare company valuation examines the amount private equity firms are paying for companies in 2019. Private equity is composed of funds and investors that directly invest in private companies or that engage in buyouts of public companies, resulting in the delisting of public equity. Much of private equity funding is spent on healthcare, manufacturing, and service businesses.

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Healthcare Sectors, Valuation
7 Qualities That Drive Value For Ambulatory Surgery Centers

This article focuses on the qualitative factors that affect valuation in ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs). Seven specific qualitative factors are discussed in detail.

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Healthcare Sectors

Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors, Market Trends
Risk and Uncertainty for Durable Medical Equipment: 3 Issues to Watch

While I would never claim to have a crystal ball, I can tell you that there are a few issues that will likely have significant effects on respiratory-focused durable medical equipment (DME) companies going into and during 2021. Here are three that stand out.

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Healthcare Sectors, Market Trends
Healthcare Business Leaders on the Short- and Long-Term Effects of COVID-19

How is the COVID-19 pandemic going to affect healthcare businesses in the short and long term? We asked leaders from several companies to share their responses to this question, which are below. Following these responses, David Coit of VERTESS shares his thoughts about how the health crisis is affecting healthcare business valuation.

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Healthcare Sectors, Market Trends
Ambulatory Surgery Centers: 6 Reasons for Optimism During COVID-19

Much has been said about the social and business opportunities buried within the COVID-19 crisis. Who hasn't been on a video conference when someone tried to invoke Sir Winston Churchill's quote: "Never let a good crisis go to waste."

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Exit Planning

Exit Planning, Market Trends
'Fundless Sponsors': Separating the Good From the Very, Very Bad

The concept of a "fundless sponsor" started in the 80's. Recognizing that this name might carry a negative connotation, it was changed to "independent sponsor" — a more palatable moniker. In a similar vein to independent sponsors is a "search fund," but for the purposes of this article, we will lump them together.

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Exit Planning
Audit Liability Following the Sale of Your Healthcare Business

Volume 7 Issue 20, October 13, 2020 by Jeffrey S. Baird, Esq., Brown & Fortunato, P.C. Two common questions I am often asked by owners of healthcare businesses considering whether to sell their companies are: 1) If I sell my business, can I still get audited? 2) If I do get audited after selling my […]

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Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors, Market Trends
Risk and Uncertainty for Durable Medical Equipment: 3 Issues to Watch

While I would never claim to have a crystal ball, I can tell you that there are a few issues that will likely have significant effects on respiratory-focused durable medical equipment (DME) companies going into and during 2021. Here are three that stand out.

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Market Trends

Exit Planning, Market Trends
'Fundless Sponsors': Separating the Good From the Very, Very Bad

The concept of a "fundless sponsor" started in the 80's. Recognizing that this name might carry a negative connotation, it was changed to "independent sponsor" — a more palatable moniker. In a similar vein to independent sponsors is a "search fund," but for the purposes of this article, we will lump them together.

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Exit Planning, Healthcare Sectors, Market Trends
Risk and Uncertainty for Durable Medical Equipment: 3 Issues to Watch

While I would never claim to have a crystal ball, I can tell you that there are a few issues that will likely have significant effects on respiratory-focused durable medical equipment (DME) companies going into and during 2021. Here are three that stand out.

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Exit Planning, Market Trends
Completing an M&A Deal in the COVID-19 Era: What You Need to Know

Pre-COVID-19, a merger and acquisition (M&A) deal that followed an 80/10/10 structure was fairly common. In such in a transaction, up to 80% of a company's purchase price would be afforded to the seller as an upfront, cash proceed, at least 10% of the company's purchase price would be in the form of rollover equity, and at least 10% of the company's purchase price would be in the form of deferred proceeds (e.g., an earn-out or seller note).

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